In honor of Gilad Shalit’s release from captivity, Jewish National Fund invites everyone to plant a tree for free and send a personalized certificate to the Shalit family to commemorate this important occasion.
Gilad Shalit’s long-awaited homecoming, after five and a half years in captivity, is testament to the value that we as a Jewish people place on the sanctity of life, and to Israel’s dedication to its citizens.
“One hundred ten years ago this organization was founded to repurchase the land and create a homeland for the Jewish people. One hundred ten years later a solder from the IDF – in itself a remarkable entity—had a homeland to come back to,” said JNF President Stanley Chesley. “With all the emotions that are at play at this time, our thoughts and prayers are with those whose sons and daughters can never be returned even as we celebrate Gilad Shalit’s homecoming, we take pride in the strength and fortitude of this extraordinary miracle—the land and people of Israel.”
Send a tree to Gilad Shalit to welcome him home. Visit jnf.orgor call 800-542-TREE.
Courtesy of Ronald Lauder and Stanley Chesley, JNF’s Chairman of the Board and President, and its Board of Directors, in celebration of Gilad Shalit’s release after 5 ½ years of captivity.
Limit one per person. Free tree offer expires Sunday, October 23.
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